Is there going to be a Community movie? It’s the question on the lips of the sitcom’s biggest fans. The constant rumors have only further fueled this demand.
But alas, after a long time of pondering, we may have found our answer.
According to Yvette Nicole Brown, who plays Shirley Bennett on the show, the cast and crew are “100 per cent gonna do it.” The star discussed the potential film with the website popculture.com, where she explained her reasoning behind it.
“I’ve always joked and said that if we were going to do it, now would have been the time because everybody’s free. If you’re trying to get Donald Glover, you better get him during the pandemic. But that joke aside, 100% we’re going to do it,” she said of the Community , “It’s always been about scheduling and never desires. As soon as Dan writes it or one of the other great writers writes it, and we all can find a time on this calendar — where everybody can set aside a month to do it — 100% we would do it.”
The 49-year-old actress added that she doesn’t know anyone involved with the series who doesn’t want to shoot the movie, saying “one day, for sure”.
So that’s that – it all comes down to a question of scheduling. And once that scheduling aligns among the cast, then we will see that Community movie.
Community ran for six seasons from 2009 to 2015, totaling 110 episodes. Created by Rick and Morty co-helmer Dan Harmon, the show starred Yvette Nicole Brown alongside Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Donald Glover, Ken Jeong, Chevy Chase and Jim Rash.
The show has was nominated for many awards, including the 2012 TCA Award for Outstanding Services to Comedy. It also won the 2nd Critic’s Television Choice Awards for Best Comedy.
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